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for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us a little later for the morning news and cbs this morning. captioning funded by cbs ♪ [engine accelerating] ♪ it's tuesday, august 28th, get outta the way! ♪ 2018. they've gone wild! this is the "cbs morning news." ♪ saddle up! ♪ honoring senator john mccain. president trump issued a toyota. let's go places. statement praising the longtime lawmaker and vietnam war hero after veterans pushed for it. how did we test our with two pounds of steak. plus, the gunman accused of opening fire at a video game in each hand. tournament has reportedly been hospitalized for mental illness. dixie ultra. we're learning new details about stress tested so you can stress less at dinner. the victims. and get ready to roast. (cav paté anunky! tens of millions of americans are feeling the heat as a late (cat 1) gravy purr-adise. summer heat wave blankets parts (cat 2) purr-adise? really? (vo) feed their fantasy. friskies. of the country.
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jimmy's gotten used to his whole room smelling like sweaty odors. yup, he's gone noseblind. good morning from the studio 57 he thinks it smells fine, but his mom smells this... newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. luckily for all your hard-to-wash fabrics... ...there's febreze fabric refresher. ll, this morning, the american flag flying over the febreze doesn't just mask, it eliminates odors you've... white house is back at half-staff. president trump recognized ...gone noseblind to. senator john mccain's service to this country following a wave of and try febreze unstopables for fabric. criticism. with up to twice the fresh scent power, you'll want to try it... memorial services for senator mccain will begin tomorrow when ...again and again and maybe just one more time. he lies in state at the arizona capitol. indulge in irresistible freshness. laura podesta's here in new york with more. febreze unstopables. breathe happy. laura, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. it wasn't until after 3:30 p.m. ialmost everything. you know, ke 1 i n 10 houses could get hit by yesterday that the white house flags were lowered, and not an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month, until a dinner that president trump spoke about the late rid-x helps break down waste. senator mccain, a delay that had avoid a septic disaster with rid-x. veterans groups, democrats, and republicans reeling. for almost two days, president trump's only comment on the the statue of liberty is passing of senator john mccain back open this morning after was a two-sentence tweet more than 3,000 people were evacuated because of a small expressing condolences to his construction fire. family. a propane tank caught fire
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>> why won't you say anything about john mccain? around noon yesterday. >> reporter: on monday morning, mr. trump ignored reporters' another tank that tipped over was leaking fuel. questions about the arizona officials said the fire was republican who was often at odds between 100 and 200 yards from the statue. with his administration. one construction worker was hurt. for much of the day, flags atop the statue of liberty was not damaged, though. the white house stood at full staff, having been returned to and a judge keeps plans on their normal position less than 48 hours after mccain's death. how to build 3d guns offline, at veterans groups like the least for now, and a me too american legion expressed movement leader shares her disappointment. message to asia argento. >> the man was a veteran, a war those are some of the headlines hero, a prisoner of war. on the "morning newsstand." "time" magazine reports a federal judge in seattle temporarily blocked a texas then to dis him like they did. >> reporter: the president then company from posting online plans on how to make ordered the flags to be flown at half-staff until the senator is buried. untraceable, plastic, 3d guns. the trump administration had last night at a white house reached an agreement with the dinner for evangelical leaders, mr. trump made his first public company, defense distributed, allowing it to print the gun statement on mccain. >> we very much appreciate plans. 19 states and washington, d.c., everything that senator mccain sued to stop the agreement, has done for our country. saying that it would pose a >> reporter: on capitol hill, security risk. lawmakers offered fond remembrances of their colleague. >> i would say to the president "the hill" reports the or anybody in the world, it's time to pause and say this was a government's top official overseeing student lone programs great man. for the consumer protection
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he gave everything for us. bureau resigned in protest. we owe him nothing less than the respect that he earned. >> reporter: the formal seth frotman accused the trump administration of turning its memorials for senator mccain will begin tomorrow when his back on young people and their financial futures, saying cfpb body lies in state at the arizona state capitol. leaders have chosen to serve powerful financial companies president trump will not be at instead of consumers. senator mccain's funeral. "the hollywood reporter" according to the "associated says one of the leaders of the press," two white house me too movement, actress rose officials said mccain's family mcgowan, is speaking out after a had asked before the senator's death that the president not former child actor accused attend the service. italian actress asia argento of sexual assault. the administration will instead be represented by chief of staff mcgowan is friends with fellow me too activist argento. in a statement, she called on john kelly, defense secretary argento to "do the right thing, be honest, be fair, let justice james mattis, and national stay its course, be the person security adviser john bolton. anne-marie? you wish harvey could have >> laura podesta here in new been." york. thank you, laura. ahead on "cbs this morning," both women accuse harvey john dickerson talks with former weinstein of sexual misconduct. president jimmy carter about "the new york times" reports louis c.k. performed in public senator mccain's death and what for the first time since admitting to sexual misconduct it means for bipartisanship in with several women. washington. and this morning, it is the owner of new york's comedy cellar says the comedian made an unclear if a preliminary deal unannounced appearance sunday between the trump administration night. the owner said louis c.k. did a and mexico to replace nafta is legal or if canada can be forced 15-minute set before a crowd of to take part in the new about 115 people.
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agreement. he said they greeted him warmly the president announced the deal and gave him a standing ovation yesterday. before he started performing. it focuses on new rules for the automotive industry. and reuters reports mr. trump suggested that he exclusively that the u.s. army might leave canada out of the agreement. plans to test 40,000 homes on canada's nafta negotiator is flying to washington to try and its bases for toxic lead restart talks. the president said he'd give hazards. it comes after reuters' canada a chance to enter the investigation revealed lead deal but threatens new taxes on paint poisoning dangers in canadian-made cars if negotiations fail. private homes on military bases. now, the report said more than 1,000 children living in those >> one way or the other, we have homes had tested high for lead in recent years. a deal with canada. it will either be a tariff on inspections will cost an cars or it will be a negotiated deal. estimated $386 million. and frankly, a tariff on cars is the army testing would a much easier way to go, but perhaps the other would be much better for canada. reportedly target homes built % before 1978, when the u.s. >> negotiations between the u.s. and mexico and canada to revamp banned the sale of lead paint. naftga still ahead, the kushner family real estate company plans to appeal a more than $200,000 the gunman accused of opening fire at a florida video game tournament reportedly had a fine. why the president's son-in-law history of mental illness. court records show david katz claims the errors happened. claims the errors happened. was hospitalized in psychiatric facilities twice as an adolescent. [conference phone] baloney! he was able to buy two guns [conference phone] has joined the call. legally but only used one gun in hey baloney here.
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was prescribed antipsychotics it should not be taken more than twice a day. it may increase your risk of lung infections, and antidepressants. osteoporosis, and some eye problems. as survivors recover, they mourn their fellow gamers. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. bradi pettijohn is elijah's cousin. grandpa: symbicort could mean a day with better breathing. >> my cousin has to bury her watch out, piggy! (giggles) first-born, and it is just as get symbicort free at terrible as that sounds. if you can't afford your medication, >> reporter: tony montenino was shot twice. astrazeneca may be able to help. >> all i can think about is here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around getting my phone so i can text the country. to my family, just let them know, you know, that i care about them. >> reporter: all of the wounded are expected to survive. montenino says all of the players were focused on their video monitors, so they didn't see the shooter coming. on the "cbs money watch," there are now calls for enhanced the kushner real estate company security at e-sporting events. is fined more than $200,000, and manuel bojorquez, cbs news, google is helping veterans find jacksonville, florida. jobs. well, a late-summer heat diane king hall is at the new york exchange. good morning, diane. wave is blanketing parts of the >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. a little change of pace here. country this morning. i'm actually at the broadcast nearly 60 million people are center today, but good morning.
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under heat advisories and the preliminary trade deal warnings across the midwest and between the u.s. and mexico sent northeast. auto stocks soaring on wall feels-like temperatures are street. expected to hover around 100 gm gained nearly 5%. degrees in st. louis, chicago, ford rose over 3%. and detroit. major exporters, including in the northeast, schools in chemical and industrial philadelphia, in massachusetts companies finished higher as plan to dismiss students early. well. the extreme heat is expected to now, ultimately, we're talking about a big rally. continue through thursday. the archbishop of washington the dow rallied 259 points, the s&p 500 climbed 22. categorically denies that he knew about the alleged abuse by the belle of the ball, nasdaq, his predecessor, american cardinal theodore mccarrick. gained nearly 72 points, topping the 8,000 mark for the first time. the kushner family real estate company says it will cardinal donald wuerl was responding to officials from a appeal fines of $210,000 imposed former vatican official who also by new york city for filing accused pope francis of letting false documents about its mccarrick off the hook. seth doane reports. apartment buildings. >> reporter: the explosive, 11-page letter likens the catholic church to a mafia and the kushner company apparently suggests a conspiracy of silence claimed it had no that extends all the way to the rent-controlled tenants when it had hundreds. this is when the president's son-in-law, jared kushner, ran the company. kushner said the company relied top. on third-party consultants to it was penned by italian archbishop carlo maria vigano, prepare the documents and that errors, quote, have been once the vatican's top official in the u.s. corrected, or will be. meantime, uber and toyota he claims that in 2013, he personally told pope francis plan to build self-driving cars
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about sex abuse allegations for the ride-sharing service. involving then cardinal theodore toyota plans to invest $500 mccarrick, but the pontiff million in uber. ignored it, allowing the prominent cardinal to serve the uber had been testing driverles church for another five years until he resigned amid a sex test vehicle ran over and killed abuse scandal this summer. a pedestrian in arizona, the experiment was ended. "i will not say a single word on uber is counting on self-driving cars to help it turn the financial corner by reducing the this," the pontiff said when asked by cbs news about the need to pay human drivers. > and there's a new goog letter on sunday's papal flight. monsignor anthony figueiredo tool t eterans search for jobs in civilian life. called vigano's letter an veterans can now enter their earthquake for the church. military occupational speciality code to find jobs that match >> let's be clear, if the holy father knew about cardinal their skills. mccarrick on the 23rd of june the search tool is part of a google program aimed at helping 2013, as archbishop vigano americans get jobs. claims, and did nothing about it offers transitioning service members and their spouses it, then it's serious, as the computer training. unless users know which businesses are owned and run by pope himself has said. >> reporter: pope francis has other veterans. called for zero tolerance for anne-marie. church leaders who cover up sex >> sounds like a good idea. diane king hall here in new abusers in the ranks. york. thank you. shaun dougherty says he was >> thank you. still to come, a look at the abused by a pedophile priest in tributes taking place for aretha pennsylvania. franklin's hometown to honor the queen of soul before her funeral
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later on this week. he says vigano's letter only further erodes trust. or psoriatic arthritis, >> it is obvious to us that the church is incapable of handling little things can be a big deal. this mess. look where we are now today. that's why there's otezla. otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's just, it's like reality tv it's a pill that treats differently. right here in realtime. >> reporter: high-profile cardinals and church leaders are for psoriasis, 75% clearer skin is achievable, slamming vigano's letter as with reduced redness, untrue. thickness, and scaliness of plaques. a colleague of vigano's from his and for psoriatic arthritis, days at the u.s. embassy has otezla is proven to reduce joint swelling, tenderness, and pain. reportedly said his statements are true, and now at least two and the otezla prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. u.s. bishops are calling for a don't use if you're allergic to otezla. wider investigation. otezla may cause severe diarrhea, seth doane, cbs news, rome. nausea, or vomiting. coming up on the "cbs tell your doctor if these occur. morning news," one of the otezla is associated with leading voices of the me too an increased risk of depression. movement responds to the sexual tell your doctor if you have assault allegations against asia a history of depression or suicidal thoughts, argento. her message to the italian or if these feelings develop. actress. some people taking otezla and a judge temporarily reported weight loss. stops a company from posting your doctor should monitor your weight online plans detailing how to and may stop treatment. make 3d guns. other side effects include upper respiratory tract infection and headache. this is the "cbs morning news." tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you're pregnant or planning to be. otezla. show more of you.
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drunk on the job. plus: vandals target a south bay vietnam war memorial. the search to find those behind the damage. and: following criticism, president trump recognizes senator john mccain's service to this country. join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's tuesday, august 28th.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, baby ♪ ♪ i'm just gonna shake, shake, shake, shake ♪ ♪ shake it off, shake it off taylor swift could soon be shaking off the record label she's been attached since she now 28, t lle eligible to sign a new deal with another label in november. musicindustry experts say it could be record-setting. she could demand as much as $20 million per album. swift has been under contract to nashville-based big machine records. she is one of the most successful female artists in modern music history, selling more than 32 million albums in
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are expected in aretha franklin's hometown of detroit this week for several days of tributes to the late music legend. franklin's body will lie in repose at the charles h. wright museum of african-american history today and tomorrow. a musical tribute concert is planned for thursday night at a detroit park. stevie wonder and jennifer hudson are among the performers at franklin's funeral on friday and former president bill clinton is one of the speakers. there will be a motorcade of more than 100 pink cadillacs in honor of franklin's hit song "freeway of love." well, coming up on "cbs this morning," how prosecutors may be able to hold pennsylvania priests named in grand jury sex abuse report responsible even after the statute of limitation expires. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." ,
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our top story this morning. following strong criticism from veterans groups and fellow republicans, president trump recognized senator john mccain's service to this country. senator mccain died saturday. mr. trump also had the american flag at the white house relowered to half-staff. memorial services for mccain begin tomorrow. and according to the "associated press," two white house officials said mccain's family had asked that mr. trump not attend the funeral services. the trump administration has negotiated a preliminary trade deal with mexico to replace the north american free trade agreement, but the u.s. still has to negotiate with canada, the third nafta member. president trump threatened to impose new taxes on canadian auto imports if they don't reach a deal. new u.s. sanctions against russia are in effect this morning in retaliation for the nerve agent attack on a former russian spy and his daughter in
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arlie d'agata reports. >> reporter: there's a good reason what's unfolding in the sleepy city of salisbury, england, has now become america's problem. the use of the russian nerve agent novichok and the assassination attempt of double agent sergei skripal was a violation of international law banning the use of chemical weapons. chemical weapons specialist hamish de bretton-gordon calls it a turning point. >> the 100-year taboo on the use of chemical weapons is completely broken. >> reporter: he says it only took a couple drops of novichok to shut down parts of salisbury for months. >> if it can happen in salisbury, it can happen in baltimore or philadelphia. >> reporter: he now works for a company that has provided 2 million gas masks to the u.s. military as well as the nypd and first responders. they've been supplying respirators like these to u.s. forces for years, designed to protect them against an attack and enable them to operate in a contaminated area. but lately, ths n
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escape hoods.yo tou and then put your hands in, and now you're safe. >> reporter: specifically designed for civilian use, they're cheaper and easier to use. 30 seconds to hold your breath, get it on, and get away. >> what's happening is that -- >> reporter: ayman dean, a former al qaeda member turned british spy, says the salisbury attack will inspire terrorists. >> the novichok attack was a big neon sign, advertisement, basically, for al qaeda and isis and they have already tried three, four times in the last several years and they will try again. >> reporter: american forces have stepped up training for chemical warfare on the battlefield. after salisbury, counterterrorism teams have to prepare for a different kind of chemical warfare far from it. charlie d'agata, cbs news, wiltshire, england. well, coming up on "cbs this
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morning," how prosecutors may be able to hold pennsylvania priests named in the grand jury sex abuse report responsible, even after the statute of limitation expires. and an investigation into how some popular vaping products are marketed and how they seem to appeal to teens. that's the "cbs morning news" this tuesday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. the "cbs morning news" this tuesday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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good morning this tuesday as we take a live look outside from the salesforce tower camera. i'm kenny choi. it is august 28th. >> i'm michelle griego. neda is back. >> i used my windshield wipers
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this morning. >> some drizzle out there, a little slick on the roads this morning. of course it's the same old with the fog out there. we have the low clouds and they are pretty thick with moisture this morning. so we have a foggy start to your tuesday morning, and clouds will linger for a while today, the beaches and the bay expecting gray conditions pretty much throughout the day, especially through the lunch break. looks like a lot of this may not burn off for a while. we have cooler than average conditions, about 10 degrees cooler today. i'll explain why and what we're looking at for the labor day weekend coming up in a few minutes. jaclyn? we mentioned you may have to use the windshield wipers this morning, some slick rowa
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